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Old 12-30-2007, 07:45 PM   #1
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Trade? 1999 Subaru Legacy Wagon AWD, Automatic for Gassaver Car

Well here is a quick reference of my car:
Located in Tonawanda,NY 14223.
about 1hr away from rochester 5hr from albany and about 6.5hr from new york city.

So this will be the first car up for sale.

It is a 1999 Subaru Legacy Wagon Brighton
2.2L Reliable EJ22!
I get about 27mpg on the highway with this car...excellent in my opinion for the luxury of awd and roomy.
Speedometer was changed to one with a tach.
Miles states 135k miles on speedometer
AWD with a FWD retro button, its always in AWD i have never used the button as of yet.
Manual Windows
Power Locks
Power Steering
A/C Still works
Heats works amazing
Car does not leak anything.
Comes with OEM seats
The car runs excellent. I have never had a problem with it.
It does have a Check Engine comes and goes....right now its off.

That is the only problems i have dealt with this car....Its a good if you need a spacious winter car with AWD!!! then this is the car for you.

here are some pictures.

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